Who Sang Rose on the Vine? Lucifer's Friend

Lucifer's Friend Where the Groupies Killed the Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1972
Genre: Jazz Rock
Style: Jazz-Rock/Prog Rock/Classic Rock/Hard Rock
length: 3:54
recording engineer: Conny Plank
Rose in the vine, there's a holy man drinking my wine
Hole in the line
Old Sunday morning is raining and shining my way
Rose in the vine, drinking my wine
So good day - -

Is your grass so green and do you� like people say?
A dream came by my way
Came falling through my door
Do you love me?
Or are you
Lying in an anarchistic folderol
Hydrogen Joint - La, what is the point?

Susan burned her mind out yesterday
Men came down from town took her away
Hey Hey Hey
Hey Hey Hey

Pills in the jar, let them tell you how lucky you are
Leapers for two
Eggs in one basket Immaculate conception
How do you do?
Rose in the vine, drinking my wine
So Fug you

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Hobo
  • 2 Rose on the Vine
  • 3 Mother
  • 4 ....Where the Groupies Killed the Blues
  • 5 Prince of Darkness
  • 6 Summerdream / Delirium / No Reason or Rhyme
  • 7 Burning Ships

  • Release information
    label: Vertigo
    country(area): Germany
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin